A storm can devastate a business or home, causing not only exterior damage but structural problems as well. The first steps after a storm has damaged your property is to document the damage and file a claim with your insurance company. After the insurance company has had a chance to see and assess the damage, you will have a better understanding of what the rebuilding process will entail.
Who are you Letting in Your Commercial Property? When a disaster has impacted your business, it is important that you hire a disaster restoration team that you can trust. This crew will inevitably be working in your commercial property when the building is empty or near empty of employees. It is critical that the restoration crew that you allow access to your property be someone that you trust, not only from a security standpoint but also to do the job properly unsupervised.
Water can cause extensive damage to a home or business, from needing to replace the floor and drywall to potential mold problems down the road. It is important that after a flood you file a water damage claim with your insurance company. The insurance company can assess the damage, offering compensation to make the necessary repairs to restore the property to its pre-flood state.
After your home or business is damaged by a flood, you need a company with experience handling this type of disaster. It is important that the restoration process addresses not only removing the water, but also any underlying moisture problems and high humidity levels. These problems can lead to mold down the road. A professional restoration company has the equipment and experience to address the water quickly, reducing the moisture levels back to normal and repairing any resulting damage...
Floods are quite a force to reckon with. They come upon us suddenly and seemingly out of nowhere. The once blue sky darkens; it begins to rain; the rain increases and soon it seems there is no end. Thankfully, most of the time we’re warned at least a little ahead of time. The media can alert us to these types of situations. Be on your guard! Listen; and prepare yourself in case you have to evacuate; move to higher ground. If you chose to ride out the storm, be prepared. Floods are one of...
Ice dams. The two words strung together are enough to put fear in the heart of New Englanders, and rightfully so. Ice dams are caused by icicles and frozen water damaging the gutter and loosening shingles. The result is water backing up into the house which can leave behind extensive damage. The damage can be repaired by a team like the restoration professionals at Soil-Away, but the best course of action is to take the necessary steps to prevent ice dams from even forming.